Download the Waze app for the most up-to-date directions and gameday road closures.

Click here to purchase reserved parking.

View the Football Parking Map here

Fans may also park in two parking decks in downtown Auburn with one located on Wright Street and the other on Burton Street. Access to the lots is open to the public and available for purchase in-person on a day-of-game basis.

Click here to view the Wright Street parking deck on a map. 

Click here for more information about the Burton Street parking deck.  

No parking is allowed on the roadway, bike paths, and sidewalks.

Vehicles are not allowed inside areas enclosed by bollards, posts, chains or fences. Cars in these areas or those found blocking roadways, sidewalks, emergency lanes, fire hydrants, driveways or other vehicles are subject to being towed at the owner’s expense.

Non-university golf carts and all-terrain vehicles are not allowed on campus.

All streets must remain open to traffic and emergency vehicles, except those that are blocked by law-enforcement barricades surrounding Jordan-Hare Stadium.

Solicitation on the Auburn University campus, without the express written consent of Auburn University or its agents, is strictly prohibited.

Complimentary accessible parking is available on gameday at the VCOM Lot (910 South Donahue Drive). Pre-purchased accessible parking is also available in the Gogue Performing Arts Center Lot (Woodfield Drive) and District Energy Lot (Wire Road).

Click here to purchase. 

To park in the designated accessible parking area, fans will need a state-issued hang tag or license plate for ADA. The individual who was issued the handicapped license plate or hang tag by the state must be present in the vehicle.

RVs may park in the hayfields on South Donahue Drive, as well as Samford Avenue at Facilities and Community Gardens, Friday at 2 p.m. prior to home games. RVs must leave campus by 4 p.m. on Sundays following each home game.

No-RV zones remain in effect in the core area of campus and other sites. Please refer to the Gameday Map in this guide to determine which areas are designated No-RV zones.

In order to minimize dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning caused by engine exhausts from RVs, trailers or portable generators, owners should ensure that engines are properly vented. Always park in a manner that ensures adequate space between vehicles. Install carbon monoxide detectors if possible.


Duncan Drive - Extension
Duncan Drive has been extended between Samford Avenue and Woodfield Drive. The extension will provide an additional south bound outlet to S. College Street.
Donahue Drive - Northbound
Northbound traffic on Donahue Drive from Magnolia Avenue to MLK Drive (Alabama Highway 14) will be three lanes one way. The change will allow for more efficient egress for Tiger Transit Buses, as well as those that park in the business school and public safety lots.
Crosswalk Assistance – North and South Donahue
Attendants will be in place at Lem Morrison Drive and Donahue Drive, as well as Donahue Drive and Magnolia Avenue to assist with post-game traffic egress for fans on foot.

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